Every time we passed by Teluk Intan, we would take a picture of the clock tower.
Since 1885, the tower had retired the role as a water tank and become the tourism clock tower. It is still ‘leaning’ and standing tall. Ramadhan bazaar stalls have been occupying the square during the month of Ramadhan.
It was 3pm and the sun was extremely hot. We notice Teluk Intan had added a new Taoist Temple (opened on March 2012).
We also tried the local biscuit with new durian flavour ( 榴梿香饼 ) while we were walking around the town center.